The two teenagers who got missing for five days in the university town of Kogi State, Anyigba have been found dead at the back of the students lodge.
There are strong indications the the bodies of the two teenagers have been butchered and mutilated in what appears to be a case of ritual killing.
A report says the two boys, Ndah and Ibro, aged 14 to 15, went strolling but never returned home. They were believed to have been allegedly lured and killed by young ritualists known as yahoo boys operating at the state university, Prince Abubakar Audu University (PAAU), Anyigba.
As at the time of this report police have taken custody of their mutilated bodies and have launched a manhunt for their killers.
The parents and other family members of the victims of ritual killing were reportedly enveloped in grief.
Their parents, Salisu Egbeneti and Ajechi Yunusa, both Anyigba indigenes, appealed to the law enforcement agencies as well as state and local government authorities, to quickly unmask the killers of their children and nip in the bud the new trend of elimination of young ones in the community.
Cult clash and other criminal activities had been rampant in the state-owned university, but were brought under control by the new management under the new Vice Chancellor, Professor Marietu Ohunene Tenuche. Indications, however, are that the alleged bad boys are back and more brutal.
Anyigba community has expectedly been thrown into anxiety, mourning and uncertainty over the new spate of killings in the once peaceful town.